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Wednesday, April 06, 2016
The Cassoulet, a dish coming from the South-West of France, is one of the classics of the French cuisine! Did you know that there is even a road in France called ''La Route du Cassoulet'' which makes you taste all the better cassoulets of the region, from Castelnaudray to Carcassonne... However, you don't need to book now a flight to France to already taste the cassoulet... With French Lessons Brisbane, you'll be able to do it at home! Cassoulet Recipe (for 4 people): 400g of beans (harricots) 8 slices of garlic French salami (saucisson a l'ail) 4 sausages nature 4 slices of pork breast: half smoked and half nature (poitrine de porc) 1 can of duck confit (confit de cana ..
Tuesday, April 05, 2016
Dear French students, As every year, the Brisbane French Festival runs at South Bank for a couple of days in July. For this occasion, French Lessons Brisbane invites you all to come discovering the French if you were in France! The BFF is a concentration of French music, cuisine, and entertainment for all ages! Masterclasses of wine and cheese will be organised for the gourmets as well as a very Parisian fashion show for all the fashion addicts. But that's not all, French bands, bakeries, specialities and way more will be there to make you enjoy everything France can offer! The Brisbane French F ..
Tuesday, February 23, 2016
How to Order French Wine Like a Pro France is known for many things, and among the most prominent and celebrated are its wine selections. After all, what you know as “champagne” is actually only sparkling wine…unless its grapes are grown in the Champagne region in the northeast of France. Of course, champagne isn’t the only French wine that is highly celebrated around the world. Travelers come from near and far to enjoy glasses of burgundy, Bordeaux, chinon, Bergerac, Alsace Riesling, and more. To get the most out of your French wine tasting, you’ll need to know a few things about the different French  ..
Tuesday, February 23, 2016
Four French Foods You Must Try When most (non-French) people think of French food, they think of escargot, caviar, and French bread. However, French food has so much more to offer than these three (admittedly delicious, but still stereotypical) items. If you’re planning a trip to France, you must try these delightful French foods. Enjoy Mouthwatering Tarte Tatin This delicious French pastry is a real must! It’s an upside-down pastry baked over apples. Then it’s turned fruit-side up when it’s served. The effect of the caramelized butter, apples, and delicious cake is amazing. And it has a signature ..

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